Yes, it is a rare weapon, and there is none like it in the armoury.
And what I overheard in the armoury--about a telegram--telling me--putting me out of my misery?
Shall I not tell you that a feeling which surmounted my apprehensions of discovery chained me to the armoury?
The place is national property now, and used as a kind of armoury, my love.
Sissly's men have arrived and are raising a racket in the armoury with hammer and saw.
It's too bad, with an armoury like that, to take my one little ewe-lamb from me.'
Lily, with more dreadful questions, more terrible invitations to draw out of her armoury of torments?
I might have taken it from the armoury, for I was in the library all the afternoon.
Beyond these a second quadrangle was entered, to the right of which stood the Governor's house and an armoury.
It also may have once belonged to the armoury of Moldwarp Hall.
the place in which armour was deposited when not used (Neh. 3:19; Jer. 50:25). At first each man of the Hebrews had his own arms, because all went to war. There were no arsenals or magazines for arms till the time of David, who had a large collection of arms, which he consecrated to the Lord in his tabernacle (1 Sa,. 21:9; 2 Sam. 8:7-12; 1 Chr. 26:26, 27).